FHSS


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AcronymDefinition
FHSSFrequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
FHSSFaculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (various universities)
FHSSFamily, Home and Social Sciences (Brigham Young University; Provo, UT)
FHSSFuel Handling and Storage System (Pebble Bed Modular Reactor; South Africa)
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Then send back the collected data to the main engine by FHSS.
The proposed algorithm is able to detect the FHSS and OFDM primary users at low values of SNR.
It is clear to see why FHSS is being chosen for mission critical applications.
This is where the waveform peak hold feature comes in handy, making the discerning of FHSS waveform from narrow-band transmission easier.
Analyzing the terrain and LOS obstructions is vital in determining the feasibility of wireless EtherNet/IP Fortunately, repeater sites are often available to achieve LOS and many FHSS radios have store-and-forward repeating capabilities.
The FHSS technology enhances the versatility of radio probing for 5-axis, large part and deep part machining where obstacles or part features can block transmission by optical line-of-sight probes.
The generic name Bluetooth has recently been utilized to encompass all these types of devices even though it strictly applies only to FHSS.
As pressure has increased in manufacturing for obtaining operational efficiency, demand has increased for M2M products that integrate sensors with FHSS radio modules in a single solution.
Support Transponders ISO /IEC 18000-6C/ISO/IEC 18000-6B Operating Mode: - Fixed Frequency or FHSS software programmable Operating Temperature: - 5C to + 60 C or better Rugged construction for high Durability Tag ID Should not be edited or reprogrammed.
FHSS allows multiple users to simultaneously operate across a spectrum of radio frequencies.
KEY SPECS: The FHSS (frequency hopping spread spectrum) devices operate in the 2.
The FHSS technology enhances the robustness and versatility of radio probing for 5-axis, large part and deep part machining operations where obstacles or part features can block transmission by optical line-of-sight probes.